Heaps of festive fun to be had at Lah-Lah's Stripy Christmas Show

The Lah-Lah's Stripy Christmas Show is coming to Hurstville.

The Lah-Lah's Stripy Christmas Show is coming to Hurstville.

The Lah-Lah's Stripy Christmas Show is coming to Hurstville Entertainment Centre in December.

This is a great chance for the kids to join the popular five-member children's music group, the Lah-Lah's Big Live Band as they celebrate Christmas.

Tina Harris, creator and lead singer, said the band is excited about bringing their new show to Hurstville Entertainment Centre, especially with the incredible James Greening playing Santa Claus.

"James is a real one-of-a-kind - he plays pocket trumpet, slide trumpet, trombone, euphonium, and even the double bass in the show, and families will just love it," Tina said.

"This year we will be featuring new carols and some very special Christmas songs with a twist! . I guarantee you've never heard Jingle Bells quite like this, it has a touch of 'Wipeout' in the arrangement.

"I grew up in Dudley Street, Penshurst, just around the corner, and playing in Hurstville always feels like I'm coming back home," Tina said.

"So, if you're looking for the best musical experience for your child, look no further. Up close, no stadiums, 100 per cent live, every Lah-Lah show includes a meet and greet with Lah-Lah and the band."

Children will be able to have their photo taken with the stars, and collect their autographs.

Last year, Lah-Lah successfully raised over $100,000 in a crowdfunding campaign to go towards the Stripy Sock Club TV series featuring all their favourite live songs and dances.

'''For the first time ever, parents joined with us to have a voice about the kind of show they want us to make for their children," Tina said.

''The Stripy Sock Club live shows are a mixture between the old Mickey Mouse Club and The Monkees,'' said Mark, who plays Buzz the Bandleader in the show.

''It's a live show tour with real musicians and room for families to dance."

  • Lah-Lah's Stripy Christmas Show is on Wednesday, December 18.
  • Cost: Adults and children: $27.50 each. Location: Hurstville Entertainment Centre.
  • Tickets: www.hec.org.au or phone: 9330 6400.